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Weekly Roundup: Week of October 22, 2018

This week’s multifamily roundup features insights on Houston’s apartment market recovery, how rents differ by property age, and updated Opportunity Zone guidelines. First, Real Capital Analytics notes that the apartment sector was the only property type to post double-digit annual price growth in the third quarter. Then, Real Page takes a look at the large

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Weekly Roundup: August 13, 2018

This week’s multifamily roundup features insights on multifamily construction starts in the top 10 metros, the occupational profile of workforce renters and where luxury apartment rents are rising. First, Multifamily Executive reports that construction activity has picked up over the last six months in half of the top 10 metro markets. Then, Mortgage Bankers Association

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Most U.S. Renters Live in Small Apartment Properties

Go ahead and picture an apartment building. If you are like most people, then you are likely envisioning something large, tall and in a city. Well — as recent Chandan Economics research published on ALEX Chatter shows — most multifamily renters (57%) actually live in buildings with between 5 and 19 units. The research also

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Fannie Mae Approves Arbor As Senior Housing DUS Lender

  Last month, Fannie Mae officially named Arbor Commercial Funding, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Arbor Commercial Mortgage, a Fannie Mae Seniors Housing Delegated Underwriting and Servicing (DUS®) lender. Arbor was already an existing lender in Fannie Mae’s conventional multifamily housing program. Arbor’s consistent record as one of the highest producers of Multifamily Affordable

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Loan Processing Automation Evolves – Arbor LoanExpress Streamlines Online Multifamily Lending Space

  In the information age, convenient does not always mean better. The quest to build faster, advanced platforms sometimes results in overwrought machines that value flash over function. Unfortunately, in many instances, customer service often disappears along the way. Despite this, innovation and personalized care need not work at cross-purposes. Indeed, the two have driven

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